Nicola Sturgeon is to face her final First Minister’s Questions on Thursday after more than eight years as head of the Scottish Government.
Nicola Sturgeon is to face her final First Minister’s Questions on Thursday after more than eight years as head of the Scottish Government.
Mindy Kaling has just received an award — and it’s a big one.
Gordon T. Dawson, a costume designer-turned-screenwriter who worked on multiple movies with Sam Peckinpah and wrote on TV hits The Rockford Files and Walker, Texas Ranger among other films and series, died March 6 of pulmonary disease in West Hills, CA, his family announced. He was 84.
Mindy Kaling is still in disbelief with the honor of a lifetime, after President Joe Biden bestowed her with a National Medal of Art during a ceremony at the White House.The 43-year-old actress and producer took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared photos of her time at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., where she and a slew of other celebrities — like legendary singer Gladys Knight, actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus and rock star Bruce Springsteen — were honored for their artistic achievements.Kaling said it was a while ago when the National Endowment of the Arts called her to inform her that the president wanted to honor her for her work in television and as an author. Kaling, of course, is known for her work on,,, the Netflix hit and HBO's .Kaling, dressed elegantly in a purple dress with matching heels, attended the ceremony with her 5-year-old daughter, Katherine, who donned a white ruffle dress with sparkly shoes.
Pat Saperstein Deputy Editor Bernardo Rondeau, senior director of film programs for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, is exiting to take a similar job as curator of film programs at the under-construction Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in downtown Los Angeles. Tuesday night’s screening of “Lawrence of Arabia” was the final film he introduced as head of film programs, and Rondeau will start his new position on Monday. However, Rondeau, who started at the Academy Museum in 2014, will return this summer to present his final program with the Summer of Music series, which will encompass concert films from 1959-2020. He previously served as assistant curator for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and has been an associate programmer at AFI Fest.
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Gisele Bündchen is setting the record straight about everything going on in her life.
EXCLUSIVE: Bob Harras, the former editor-in-chief of both Marvel and DC Comics, has joined Immortal Studios as editor-at-large of its senior management team.
Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic The drama of addiction and recovery, as it takes place in the movies, tends to come at us like a series of rituals. There’s the rule-by-rule, day-by-day protocol of 12-step programs (the meetings, the showing up, the sharing, the calls to sponsors); a lot of us may feel we know it well from movies, even if we’ve never personally undergone the experience. There are the deeply engraved patterns of addiction itself: the highs, the lows, the cravings, the exploitation of friends and family members, the descent to the bottom, the grasping for the drink or the pill or the fix (or the one that isn’t there) and, in some cases, the criminal behavior. The reaching out to save oneself is also a kind of ritual — one that some addicts would say God built into us.
UTA and partner company Klutch Sports Group announced the opening of their Atlanta office today, setting up a full-service base of operations in the city for artists, athletes, musicians and brands with strong ties to the region. It’s located at 1401 Peachtree Street in the Midtown arts and business district, with a gallery on the lower floor.
Jennifer Lopez is baring it all, and looks incredible, as she promotes her latest project: a shoe line.The multi-hyphenate has partnered with popular online retailer Revolve – known for working with many influencers and celebrities alike – to bring her fans a line of high heels and boots dedacked with glitzy accents such as rhinestones, feathers, animal print and more.In a new promotional photo for the collaboration, the singer left fans in awe as she posed for a futuristic, and nude, portrait. To learn more about her other iconic fashion moments, watch the video below.WATCH: All about Jennifer Lopez's infamous green dressMORE: Ben Affleck finally addresses viral tense Grammys moment with Jennifer LopezIn a post shared on Instagram Tuesday on the shoe line's official Instagram page, J.Lo puts the full focus on the shoes, posing in nothing but a pair of sky-high bright white heels with knee-high straps.Sitting on the floor with her legs crossed, she covered up with two extra long pigtails that reached past her thighs.
Brent Lang Executive Editor UTA is setting up shop in the Peach State. The talent agency and its partner company Klutch Sports Group officially opened their Atlanta offices on Wednesday. The companies say its the first among the industry’s biggest talent, sports, entertainment and marketing agencies to establish a full-service base of operations in Georgia’s biggest city, which has become an important hub of movie and television production and a locus of other artistic endeavors. “Atlanta is a vibrant city for music, sports and arts, and there is a ripe opportunity to create another center of gravity for film and television,” said UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer. “We are excited to bring our full range of services to the community of talented artists, athletes, musicians and creators who call the Southeast their home.”
United Talent Agency cut the ribbon to its Atlanta offices Wednesday, marking the first of the major talent agencies to offer a full-service office expansion in the growing market of the Peach State’s capitol.“Atlanta is a vibrant city for music, sports and arts, and there is a ripe opportunity to create another center of gravity for film and television,” UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer said in a statement. “We are excited to bring our full range of services to the community of talented artists, athletes, musicians and creators who call the Southeast their home.” UTA Atlanta co-heads Steve Cohen and Rob Gibbs jointly added that the city “planting our flag here gives us the ability to support clients with investments and opportunities across the city’s growing creative ecosystem.”UTA’s Atlanta offices will offer representation across entertainment and talent divisions, including film and television, music, sports, digital talent, marketing, gaming and fine arts.
Lise Pedersen Paris-based CAT&Docs has come onboard as sales agent for Italian-Swedish director Erik Gandini’s “After Work,” which had its world premiere in the main competition at CPH:DOX, the Copenhagen Intl. Documentary Film Festival. Variety speaks to the director at the festival. In this stunningly cinematic doc, lensed by Ruben Östlund’s long-time DOP Fredrik Wenzel and shot in the U.S., Italy, South Korea and Kuwait, Gandini explores the notion of work in the 21st century, as automation and technology free up time, and asks what the future could be like in a work-free society. One of the inspirations for the film, Gandini says, was Swedish sociologist Roland Paulsen’s writings on the ideology of work, which is rooted in the notion of a work ethic developed some 350 years ago.
Todd Spangler NY Digital Editor Amazon may be laying off thousands of employees, but it’s still selling a ton of stuff — including streaming devices and connected TVs. The company said sales of Fire TV streaming devices and smart TVs have now surpassed 200 million units to date. Amazon, which doles out such stats selectively, previously announced a milestone of 150 million Fire TV devices sold in January 2022.
last year, has been spotted in Costa Rica several times with her jiu-jitsu instructor Joaquim Valente. Their appearances in public and on vacation have sparked dating rumors, which were quickly shot down by reps. In a new cover interview with *—*her first post-divorce—released Wednesday, March 22, Bündchen addressed the rumors and her relationship with Valente, who runs a martial arts academy with his brothers based in Florida. “I think, at this point, unfortunately, because I’m divorced, I’m sure that they’re going to try to attach me to anything,” Bündchen said of the rumors.
Naman Ramachandran New York-based film and TV studio and streaming network FilmRise has acquired North American distribution rights to true-crime documentary feature film “The Thief Collector.” Directed by Emmy winner Allison Otto (“The Love Bugs”), the film follows one of the most audacious and puzzling art thefts of a generation. In 1985, Willem de Kooning’s seminal work, “Woman-Ochre,” was sliced from its frame and stolen off the walls of the University of Arizona Museum of Art, disappearing into the desert. Over 30 years later, in a remote town in New Mexico, the $160 million dollar painting was rediscovered in the unlikeliest of places – the home of an eccentric married couple, both schoolteachers, with a keen eye for great works but a very unconventional method of collecting them. The film features Glenn Howerton co-creator, director, writer and star of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”
Debby Ryan gave a tour of her house and fans are so confused by one thing she has in her home – Just Jared Jr People keep pooping at Broadway performances and it just happened next to an iconic person – DListed Kourtney Kardashian has shared photos from her pool day – Egotastic Take a look at the new teaser of Riverdale‘s final season – Just Jared Jr The Tony Award-winning musical Ragtime is heading to the Los Angeles area this week as the first show of 5-Star Theatricals’ 2023-2024 season. The beloved musical will be performed across the next two weekends at the Bank of America Performing Arts Center in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Jennifer Aniston's character Rachel Green in Friends, has made a comeback. This resurgence was sparked by Jennifer's recent appearance in Paris at The Murder Mystery 2 photocall, where she sported a modern version of the famous haircut. The new version features softer layers and fresh highlights that complement her heart-shaped face beautifully. With over 60.2 billion views on TikTok, 'The Rachel' has once again become a sensation.
The Department for Professional Employees, AFL-CIO, with which a dozen entertainment industry unions are affiliated, has set its policy agenda for the 118th Congress, centered on creating diverse talent pipelines, incentivizing diversity in hiring and strengthening creative professionals’ workplace rights.“Union professionals in the arts, entertainment, and media industries remain committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion,” said DPE President Jennifer Dorning. “The updated DEI policy agenda for the 118th Congress allows union creative professionals to continue building off gains made in collective bargaining that provide for more inclusive, representative industries.”
“Vice President Harris, Second Gentleman, former president Selina Meyer, welcome to the White House,” declared Joe Biden today, opening a ceremony in the Executive Mansion for the 2021 National Medals of Arts and the 2021 National Humanities Medals recipients. “A sacred place for many reasons, it’s the residence of the First Family, but it is really the people’s house,” the real-life POTUS added.
Midsommar actor doesn't let its short length limit her hairstyles at all, so she's experimented with fun, abstract updos, like the high ponytail and faux baby bangs . On March 20, for the New York screening of her upcoming film A Good Person, the star's bob was slicked into a twisted updo that looks like a bow. The star at the New York screening. Her highlighted hair was slicked back into a high updo.
) all over again in Portofino, Italy. With multiple weddings comes multiple looks, and Kourtney Kardashian did not disappoint. This content can also be viewed on the site it from.On March 20 the founder posted never-before-seen pictures of her wedding looks. One slide featured the concept art for her all-black corset and lace look, designed and signed by Dolce & Gabbana.
A permanent tribute! Matt Damon has added a new tattoo to his collection.
Lise Pedersen Los Angeles non-profit The Film Collaborative has boarded Swedish director Tove Pils’ debut feature “Labor,” which is competing in the Nordic:Dox section at the Copenhagen Intl. Documentary Film Festival, CPH:DOX. The film follows Hanna, who leaves her family and girlfriend behind in her small Swedish hometown and travels to San Francisco to explore her sexuality in the city’s vibrant queer scene. She soon meets Chloe, a professional dominatrix, and Cyd, a trans man who works as an escort for gay men. Together with her new friends, she embarks on a journey that takes her further and further away from her life in Sweden. “Labor” was shot over more than a decade, and one of the reasons it took them so long to put the film together was their concern for the protagonists’ anonymity and the effect it might have on their lives, Pils explains to Variety.
A Kilmarnock schoolboy will tread the boards of the country's most prestigious theatres.
Lollapalooza’s star-studded lineup for 2023 is here.
In the wake of the closure of the Atlanta Lyric Theatre, Atlanta arts organizations like Voices of Note are urging the community to support the arts with a five-pronged plan.
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Jem Aswad Senior Music Editor Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Odesza, Lana Del Rey, Karol G, the 1975 and Tomorrow X Together are the top-billed artists for the Lollapalooza 2023 festival, taking place at its longtime home of Chicago’s Grant Park from August 3-6. This year’s lineup also includes Fred again, Noah Kahan, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, J.I.D., Maggie Rogers, Carly Rae Jepsen, Diplo, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Tems, the Rose, Rina Sawayama, Lil Yachty, Rema, Morgan Wade, Lainey Wilson, L’Impératrice, Ivan Cornejo, Sudan Archives, and many others (see the full 170-plus-artist lineup below). The festival, which celebrated its 30 th anniversary in 2021, will take place across nine stages and four days.
Todd Spangler NY Digital Editor A bumper crop of Steve Martins will be on display in a new audiobook coming out this spring from Pushkin Industries. “So Many Steves: Afternoons With Steve Martin” will be published on May 2, 2023, by Pushkin, the audio production company co-founded by Malcolm Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg. The project condenses a year’s worth of conversations between Martin, 77, and his friend of more than three decades, New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik. In the audiobook, according to Pushkin, Martin is “more candid than he’s ever been” about his many lives — as a comedian, actor, writer, musician, magician, art collector and more. Over several sessions, all recorded in Martin’s Upper West Side apartment, “So Many Steves” features commentary about Martin’s creative pursuits along with never-before-shared anecdotes from life on set. In their conversations, Martin reflects on his career, from his early days working as a magician to his rise to Hollywood stardom, and what inspires him to keep challenging himself as an artist. Martin, with banjo in hand, scores the audiobook himself.
Zendaya and Tom Holland are one of Hollywood’s biggest fan favorite couples, and fans are always excited when there is some interesting news about them.
Trevor Jackson will always support Chlöe Bailey.
Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Influential Italian auteur Francesco “Citto” Maselli who worked with Lucia Bosé, Claudia Cardinale, Shelley Winters and Valeria Golino on films that combined his political passion with his bent for female-centered dramas, has died in Rome. Maselli, who was known for making left-wing militant cinema, was 92. The director’s death was announced to Italian news agency ANSA by Maurizio Acerbo, leader of Italy’s small Communist Refoundation Party, the group of die-hard Italian leftists that Maselli championed, and confirmed by the director’s wife. The exact cause of Maselli’s death was not revealed.
on Tuesday, March 21, as she stands accused of skiing “out of control” and hitting retired optometrist Terry Sanderson—who is suing Paltrow for $300,000, claiming that the crash caused him serious injuries.The incident happened at Deer Valley Resort in Utah in 2016, with Sanderson first suing the in 2019 (originally seeking $3.1m dollars in damages).He claims that the actor slammed into him in a “full body hit” and skied away without saying a word—leaving him with “permanent traumatic , four broken ribs, pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress and disfigurement.”When the claims were first brought in 2019, Paltrow , claiming that it was Sanderson who in fact caused the crash—which had left her shaken and unable to ski for the rest of the day. At the time, her attorneys said that his claim was “an attempt to exploit her celebrity and wealth.”A representative for Gwyneth Paltrow also told at the time: "This lawsuit is completely without merit.
, , , stacks of cherries in a balancing act—it's edible art installations like these that define the work of . Using everything from caviar to poached pears to vining cherry tomatoes to bring her decadent food sculptures to life, Gohar routinely collaborates with luxury fashion and beauty brands, creating unique tablescapes that feel just as at home in an art gallery as they do at a dinner hosted by Hermès.
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